• Tim couldn’t wait to finally cast Steve Job’s shadow aside…by dusting off another Steve Jobs tradition.
    Apple Watch: Why Your Wrist Will Be Sore In 2015
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    One More Thing, Once More As the whole world tuned in to Apple’s September 9th event as it always does, it was all but confirmed that we were getting a watch from our demigods in Cupertino. If you were able to get past the catastrophic live stream without having a coronary or do the reliable thing […]

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    Who Are The Mandalorians?
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    Just about every Star Wars fan can agree that Boba Fett is a badass. I would bet money that even Star Trek fans like him. Armed with minimal screen time and no more than five seconds of dialogue, Fett still managed to blast straight into the hearts of fans ever since his first appearance on […]

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    The Drop Review
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    For all the explosive action coming to the big screen from studios looking for the next blockbuster, it’s always nice to have something more contemplative (when done well). In the case of The Drop, there’s no shortage of elements that would fit right into a Shane Black film, or even (shudder) a Michael Bay flick. Fortunately […]

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    The Odd Couple: Paul McCartney and Kanye West
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    News broke about two weeks ago claiming musical artists Sir Paul McCartney and Kanye West may be collaborating on a few tracks. Some sources indicate it could even be a complete McCartney/Kanye album. If these rumors are real, the partnership is likely nothing but a ploy to make money for the artists and their producers. […]

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    Boyhood Review
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    Going in with the right mindset, Boyhood is a refreshing masterpiece. This picture puts any other coming-of-age story to shame simply because it outclasses the generic, phony worlds we’re usually presented with. No one’s going for an Oscar, here. There are no forced clichés or cheap tactics. This is as real as life gets in […]

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    The Circle Review
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    As we move into an age where respite from a self-induced barrage of audio-visuals and virtual interaction is rare, most culture theorists posit that the complacent, distracted society in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World may soon be our reality. In Dave Eggers’ The Circle, the question becomes: what might happen if the corporations responsible for our […]

    Required Reading: Guns, Germs and Steel
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    My senior year of high school, my English teacher told me something that’s has stayed with me ever since. “Nothing,” she said, “is boring as long as you don’t want it to be.” It was after we had all read a particularly dry chapter of Annie Dillard’s An American Childhood—Dillard’s childhood love for rocks and […]